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nose job

n. a plastic surgery operation to change the appearance of one’s nose. I don’t want a nose job. What I got is good enough.
See also: job, nose
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Sam sparked controversy after revealing he had a free nose job on the NHS, and went on to apply for free Botox treatment for life to combat the anxiety that his 'new-found fame' had provoked.
Why More People are Opting for Non-Surgical Nose Job that Use Juviderm"; Botox & Juviderm Doctor; January 17, 2014.
The infographic provides general guidelines for both women and men and addresses common questions regarding nose jobs.
She requested anonymity, saying she didn't want it known that she was getting a nose job.
Following her nose job, Lowri said she is more confident and she even made the final three in the Miss Caerphilly beauty pageant.
Foot surgery is different from having a nose job because you don't have to walk on your face.
The former social sciences student explained that an infection after a nose job was highly dangerous as the path to the brain is so exposed.
Package deals range from pounds 3,177 for a nose job and pounds 3,124 for breast enlargement.
I wanted to be a model, but an agent told me I needed a nose job.
If you've been wondering what Linda Tripp has been doing since her $26,000 facelift, nose job, chin implant, and neck fat removal, Steve Vogel has the--dare we use the word--skinny.
I do not understand why getting a nose job is so bad.
You were appalled that Josie Cunningham aborted a baby at 12 weeks to have a nose job.
HUNGRY Sam Barton - who had a free nose job on the NHS - was slammed as "disgraceful" by Celebrity Big Brother's Chloe Goodman during a heated live TV debate on the state of the health service.
New reports claim that the country crooner has got a nose job done.
The nose job is one of the most popular treatments and can have a major effect on a person's appearance.